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exclusive coming right up with mike jackson of autonation, speaking of cars, big interview there. thank you very much, nicole. one of our guests told you so. apple now faces a lawsuit over its cash stash, which is pushing 140 billion dollars today. hedge fund superstar and apple shareholder of green light capital sued the tech giant saying investors need a bigger payout. so does this sound familiar? it should if you were watching us on friday, you could see this coming. larry haverty warned we might see a lawsuit if apple didn't start putting its cash to use. that's exactly what he said. >> it's the shareholders cash, liz. it is not the management's. i don't know what the board is thinking, liz. liz: they march to the beat of a different drum. >> maybe they will be pressured by someone in court. liz: haverty suggested apple start spending on new product, share buyback, special dividends. now you have the guy who kind of arguably brought down lehman brothers with a big short on that one, he's piling in, complimenting the company, complimenting tim cook and his leadership but saying take some
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cramer or @jimcramer on twitter, including today, desean jackson, who took his picture with me and you'll notice my avatar and my dad and he's wearing number 10. so we absolutely have two number tens checking in. we have to do some work. let's do some mad tweets. here's a tweet from @nhermes7 who writes i'm curious what's your opinion on hewlett-packard? should i cut my loss or wait for new movement? i think hewlett-packard is probably one of the most intriguing stocks out there, because it fell down 40%, actually 44% last year. it's the worst performing stock in the dow. yet, the balance sheet is not that bad. they could clean up some debt, "the wall street journal" suggested that today. and the possibility that meg whitman can engender a turnaround means i would not sell the stock here. however, just so you know, she's going to get about a two-quarter honeymoon and if she doesn't turn it around, people will dump it again. let's own it for a couple quarters and see what happens. i didn't think the flexibility was available until i saw the dell leverage buyout. here's one from andy rus
. and if you remember going back to jackson hull, the talk this august on expectations of the market when it comes to fed policy. the concept that if you anchor in today what will move policy tomorrow and remember what the fed did in september. they said we're going to move when there's substantial improvement in the labor market. and now the discussion, bill, and this is what's profound about the discussion. it has nothing to do with economic variables. it has to do with political variables, balance sheet variables. it's no longer about the variable that we thought we understood which was the labor market. >> john, if i could go back to your comments about main street versus wall street. in today's world it seems are very much linked. mainstream will look at the news. of course they've all watched "closing bell." they'll look at the news and see the 200 point selloff in the dow industrial average and wonder what's going wrong in the economy. i don't know you can separate the two as much as you used to be able to. and specifically as it pertains to fed monetary policy. >> every policy cre
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, thank you. >> okay. >> shannon: outgoing epa bosley is a jackson suggesting her biggest regret from a rocky term is a failure to communicate that the epa isn't coming to get you. the message, is that the problem or is that the policy? the debate is next. >>> plus, new questions about whether what are being called anti-american values are being taught to young students right here in the u.s. we're going to look at the curriculum that one teacher says is equivalent to aiding and abetting a crime. >>> and breaking news on women's skiing icon lindsey vonn. the terrifying injury that has gotten her airlifted to the hospital. >> shannon: developing overseas, a significant in moment in the blood bath that has been syria's civil war. u.s. patriot missiles go into operation today along turkey's border with syria. the move is described as defensive in nature after syrian shelling has already killed several civilians in turkey. fox news is the only american tv network on the ground there. our own greg pal cot is streaming live. hello, greg. >> reporter: shannon, as of today, the u.s. military
at halliburton down right now. from going green to making green. the international airport at jackson rated the best airport for business travelers. the survey of 1000 travel agents looked at everything from wireless internet access to food choices. the top spot with 125 eateries, many retail stores have a business that runs small rooms for a quick nap. it is the busiest in the world with 250,000 travelers coming in every single day. dennis: it would be better among travelers and travel agents, but okay. union membership down across u.s., it may be growing in all places in china. surprising details ahead. cheryl: china-based hackers are increasingly going after major american companies. with the obama administration is proposing to deal with this increase. dennis: record amount of viewers are turning in for the blackout bowl. coming up. cheryl: and take a look at oil, we are down substantially today. part of this is an inventory forecast. we will be right back. cheryl: 15 past the hour, stocks or 15 minutes. we have jeff flock standing by at the cme watching gas prices rising and a lot more
winning the democratic primary to run for jesse jackson, jr.'s vacant congressional seat. kelly's campaign was helped by more than $2 million in pro-gun control ads paid by new york city mayor michael bloomberg political action fund. ashley: heather, thanks very much. we appreciate that. italy's borrowing costs are at a four-month high after the first post-election bond sale but it is calming investor fears of a political stalemate, a vacuum if you like in rome could reignite the eurozone debt crisis. what is next for italy? a little unclear. joining us now, vice president and portfolio manager at oppenheimer funds. thanks for joining us. would it be fair to say that the results of the tallian -- italian election is basically anti-austerity and take that further, anti-german? >> very much agree with your statement. italians have clearly voted against the e.u. imposed austerity and they did it in two forms. they voted down dramatically mario monthty who was the symbol of that as you -- austerity and the e.u. driven reform process. secondly they have voted with incredible, incredible strengt
said david faber said it's 50, could be 50. >> bo jackson used to do that a lot, too, didn't he. he had a reason to. because he was the most unbelievable athlete of all-time. >> this is a global deal. i know we're woe is me europe, do i want to own a european cable company if europe's falling off the cliff? someone smarter than me says yes. >> john malone is smarter than you. >> hey, david. >> i feel so -- >> way to put a man down. as soon as he comes back. >> how about he's a close second. >> that's pretty good. >> i feel so much better. >> impact on markets of a del, lbo, if in fact that's what we get in the near term here. >> there was a moment where it would have been fanciful. it's too big. we heard that from you initially. it's too big. we may be in an ajr moment. >> i don't think so. listen, the reason we thought it was too big was because the equity check is when you would have penciled it out enormous. at the end of the -- when we see the deal, which we expect to shortly, we'll see that the equity check was far smaller. and so i don't think it argues for -- >> i remember when y
in eric jackson, he joins us now on the news line. eric, i'm just wondering if you believe that something will be done with this cash, whether it be announced at this particular conference, or weeks after the shareholder meeting, and whether david einhorn played a pivotal role, in your view, of pushing this into the spotlight? >> yes, there's no question he did. and i do think we're going to get some answers on increased either stock buyback, or, you know, some form of the cash coming back to shareholders. but i don't think it will happen until the end of the month. basically, what's pushed this forward with einhorn is that apple has a shareholder meeting coming up at the end of the month. so shareholders have to vote on this particular measure around pressed stock. so he basically took that opportunity to kind of put this front and center. so i think basically between now and then, there's going to be a lot of back channel discussions, and i would expect some sort of shareholder friendly announcement before the end of the month. >> how are you voting your proks ji? i ask that, because th
bernanke gave his very famous speech in jackson hole, wyoming? that was in august of 2010. and that's when the market really took off. the federal reserve obviously having a big influence on what was going on. we moved almost 2,000 points right there. that's the key point here. about 20%. that was just in five months. that was the second really remarkable leg of this rally. across 12,000 on february 1st, 2011. here is the european debt crisis. here is the u.s. debt downgrade. remember that? that was august, 2011. that dropped the market down. caused the dow in fact to drop below 11,000. that was in august of 2011. we had a few volatile months where things bounced around and then over all started moving up again. we passed 13,000. that was february 28, 2012. and basically we had a lot of worries. remember last year about europe and minor moves to the down side, and eventually you could see the final move up here to 14,000. okay. here's the next thing. an important thing. let's look at the markets today. i want to just flip forward to what's happening today. there's a lot of questions about
of principal. >>> michael jackson. coming up we've got more market thoughts from guest host nouriel roubini. plus the house majority leader eric cantor. he's going to be joining us. he's going to talk washington and wall street and the future of the republican party. when "squawk box" returns. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] concept. calvin klein underwear. 360 seamless technology. ♪ [ indistinct shouting ] [ male announcer ] time and sales data. split-second stats. [ indistinct shouting ] ♪ it's so close to the options floor... [ indistinct shouting, bell dinging ] ...you'll bust your brain box. ♪ all on thinkorswim from td ameritrade. ♪ >>> welcome back to "squawk box" this morning. in the headlines, toyota raising its full-year profit forecast. it's seen increased sales and also expects to benefit from favorable exchange rates. the automaker expects to person $9.3 billion for the fiscal year ending in march. up from the prior forecast of $8.5 billion. and barclays has set aside another $1.6 billion to compensate customers who were sold financial products under misleading c
up and go. we replace chu, live, a jackson, these are people when you replace them, watch those appointments. >> it will be worse. >> pray to god you're wrong. if we can get the regulators to turn maybe not 180 but turn 120 so their slogan every day is come in and find a better way to create a good economy and jobs. wait a minute. don't come in with an attitude of let's get the bastards. >> they are going to turn 360. >> are there any names you like out there that you think would be palatable to administration but business as well. >> i don't know people. i just want somebody that comes in and has a goal of regulating sensibly and creating jobs, not being punitive. i like the president's immigration lines in the announcement. i think he was right on the button, if he can hold to that, fix the border, get a path to citizenship and keep people that we educate. i'm telling you, in government trade, he mentioned that. let's do it. it take us four years to get panama and south korea done. it was on the bush table. it took four years to negotiate and we didn't get anything else new. t
woodforde at jackson hole which said that the fed needs to promise the market that it will act differently in a zero bound environment when the economy starts to improve. we're going to keep going with this policy. and that's what is embedded in the interest rate policy, that's what's embedded in the qe policy. but right now, what's happening is the costs seem to be overwhelming, and the market -- the committee is just not comfortable being there. it's a bit like here's the promise. the promise was you put your hand out and i'm going to light a fire underneath it. and the policy is this, that even when your hand gets too hot, i'm not -- you're not going to remove your hand. you're going to keep in place. what we're finding out now is that this is a promise too far. the board is just not comfortable being there and it's going to have to find the language and the rhetoric to either put it back in place, or find something new -- >> if it's not working you've got to admit it. >> right. >> and you're not getting the benefits you thought you were getting. is this all because of stein? we heard b
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